A selection of our tours are listed, but please note that all tours can be adapted to suit your individual requirements. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.

Our Tours

We will be traveling to a large pine forest, that covers 40 square miles, in search of the elusive Goshawk, other species include the Buzzard, Sparrowhawk, Crossbill, Siskin and possibly glimpse the Red Squirrel!

From the forest we will visit a peaceful valley to look for Peregrine and Red Kite.

We will then embark on heather moorland to view the Hen Harrier, Merlin and Red Grouse.

The day will finish by watching the only breeding pair of Ospreys in Wales.

Raptor Watching

Early Riser

Birds of Snowdonia

An early start is a must to see one of Britainís rarest birds.

The sound of a lekking Black Grouse at dawn on a very remote moorland is just magical. Other species here include the Hen Harrier, Red Grouse, Merlin, Cuckoo, Whinchat and the Grasshopper Warbler.

We then head off to a pine forest for possible Goshawk and Walesí main stronghold for Red Squirrel. Good birds here include the Crossbill, Redstart, Wood Warbler, and Siskin.

The afternoon will be spent in the Conwy Valley in search of Hawfinch, Lesser Spotted Woodpecker, Pied Flycatcher and the Marsh Tit.

Foot of Snowdon

Ynys Mon/Anglesey

We head over the Menai Straits and on to Britainís largest island. Valley is our fist destination, where we should encounter singing Cettis Warbler, Reed Bunting, Lesser Whitethroat and maybe, if we are lucky, a Marsh Harrier.

We continue North to Holyhead for Black Guillemots, then on to South Stack for Razorbills, Guillemots and Kittiwakes, and a few Puffins. But the star of the show is the rare Chough, with itís main stronghold in Wales being this nature reserve. Offshore Manx Shearwater and Gannets should be on passage.

We shall then head off in a easterly direction for Arctic and Common Terns, with a bit of luck, we may even encounter Mediterranean Gull and Roseate Tern.

To finish off the tour we travel South East to view more Black Guillemot and Eider Duck.

***Although every effort will be made to make contact with the birds, on some occasions this canít be guaranteed***

Anglesey in Winter

Join us for a winter galore of wildfowl and waderís, diverís and grebeís. Highlights include Pintail, Black Guillemot, Chough, Hen Harrier, Peregrine and Crossbill. With the possibility of up to four different grebeís and three diver.

North Wales Coast

With an array of wildfowl and waderís also woodland species. Highlight include Kingfisher, Water rail, Little Egret, Twite, Dipper, Grey wagtail, Divers, Grebes and Sea duck.

The afternoon will be spent looking for Hawfinch and Marsh tit in the Conwy Valley.

Caernarfon Bay and beyond in winter...

With the Royal Castle of Caernarfon as a backdrop we will search for Wildfowl and Waders, with also Raptors that include Merlin, Peregrine and Barn Owl.

Following the coast we will search for Divers, rare Gulls and Dipper.

To finish the trip we will follow the coast down towards the Lleyn Peninsula to search for the rare Chough.

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Red Squirrel Summer Tour

We will travel towards the West coast of Anglesey in search of the elusive Red Squirrel, taking in Crossbill and other woodland species. We will also look for Eider and Black Guillamot.

If no Red Squirrel is sighted at this location we will travel East to another location.

An Evening with Badgers

An evening can be arranged to sit out a Badger sett. Permission from the land owner has been granted in order for you to experience one of natures truly magnificent sights.

A walk to some old quarries will give us superb views of Britainís rarest crow, the Chough. There will also be Raven, Peregrine and Ring Ouzel at this location.

Close by, a woodland walk will give us Redstart, Pied Flycatcher, Wood Warbler and the Marsh Tit.

We shall then proceed on to heath land for singing Yellowhammers and Cuckoo. A nearby lake will give fantastic views of the Goosander from about six feet away, ideal for the photographer.

Weather permitting and an early start. We have permission for a river walk on private land, with a chance of seeing otters, also Kingfisher, Water rail and Water vole.

Bring your wellies!